|Refugees take Sanctuary in Chichester
|Tony talked about the work of Sanctuary in Chichester in the context of the broader situation with refugees and asylum seekers in the UK and beyond.
|How the World Thinks, with Julian Baggini
|Julian will explain how philosophy has developed around the world and both impacted and reflected the cultures in which it flourished.
|One Life: An Introduction to Humanism
|This is the first session of the One Life course, devised by Humanists UK and Chester Humanists to provide an overview of the humanist worldview.
|Climate Breakdown: Changing the Story and Protecting Our Planet
|Chichester Humanists and Brighton Humanists held a discussion about what humanists can do to support efforts to combat human-made climate change.
|Online Discussion: Why Is the 2021 Census So Important?
|Humanists UK are campaigning to raise awareness of the need for those who don’t believe in or practise a religion to tick ‘No religion’ (in England and Wales) or ‘None’ (in Northern Ireland) in the 2021 Census.
|Well-doing and well-being’: A history of humanism in the UK
|In celebration of Humanists UK’s 125th anniversary, Maddy talked to us about the long history and significant influence of humanism in the UK, with a specific focus on the development of the organisation we know today.
|Online Pub Quiz
|Whether you’re a humanist, curious about humanism, or just want to while away an evening with some brain-teasers, everyone is welcome. We can promise tantalising questions and great company!